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1 VENTURA COUNTY COUNCIL RONALD REAGAN DISTRICT Boy Scouts of America Webelos-Ree 2017 "Cowboys vs Zombies Survive"

2 REMINDERS AND WHAT S CHANGED FOR Webelos-Ree 2017 REGISTRATION FEES. The registration fee for a Webelos and one adult is $10 if they are coming on Friday. The registration for Bears or Webelos (plus one adult) attending on Saturday only is $5. There are no refunds after 1 Apr WEBELOS-REE. Webelos-Ree is an event for Webelos and Bears that takes place alongside the Ventura County Council s Boy Scout Camporee. Signage will refer to the event as Camporee and is staffed by the Camporee Committee as well as a few Webelos-Ree staff. Bear Dens are invited to come for the day on Saturday only. Webelos Dens are invited to come spend the night Friday or come for just the day on Saturday. All attending Webelos-Ree are expected to leave no later than the end of the Campfire Saturday night. DEN EQUIPMENT AND UNIFORM INSPECTION CHECKLIST. A Den Equipment and Uniform Inspection Checklist is included in this Webelos-Ree booklet, please ensure that each Den has a copy to provide to the Commissioners before the inspection. The checklists will be returned in the Pack packet after Webelos-Ree. WATER. UNITS NEED TO PROVIDE THEIR OWN WATER FOR THE DURATION OF THE WEBELOS-REE. POTABLE WATER WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE PARK BUT, ONLY AT A FEW LOCATIONS. FRIDAY NIGHT LEADERS MEETING AND OPENING CAMPFIRE. The Friday night leader s meeting and cracker barrel will again be at 7:30 P.M. so that we can have an opening campfire program starting at 8:30 P.M. Please send at least one adult representative from your unit to bring back important information that will be provided there. CAMPFIRE PROGRAM FLAGS. There will be no organized flag retirement ceremonies during the Saturday evening campfire. Any Unit wishing to have a flag retirement (bring your own worn-out U.S. flags) will be allowed to have their own ceremony after the Friday evening campfire opening program. WEBELOS-REE WILL BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE 2

3 WELCOME Welcome to the 2017 VCC Ronald Reagan District Webelos-Ree. This booklet contains all the information that your Unit will require to have a successful and fun time at this year's event. Be sure to read all the information carefully, all participants will be responsible to see that the rules are followed. The event descriptions are written to be readable and easy to follow, but if you have any questions about them please feel free to talk to anyone on the Webelos-Ree Committee. There will be an emphasis on the Scouts acting in the best ideals of Scouting. No den will be eligible to win awards if they are disciplined by the Webelos-Ree Chairman or staff. For severe disciplinary problems, the boy(s) will be sent home. Webelos-Ree will be held at Corriganville, Simi Valley. The map to the site is included in this booklet. The schedule of events is also included, and will be followed as closely as possible. CONSENT AND APPROVAL FORMS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL YOUTH PARTICIPANTS. Note: Each unit that is planning to have a propane stove or lantern shall have a minimum of a 20- pound fire extinguisher or a combination thereof at each campsite. Every Unit will be expected to do their part. Duties may include flag ceremonies, trash pickup, or running an event. Register early or come to Roundtable to get an early pick, otherwise a task will be assigned to your Unit. ONCE AGAIN, EVERY UNIT WILL HAVE AN EVENT, AND/OR POSSIBLY A TASK TO PERFORM AT WEBELOS-REE. REGISTRATION FEES: $5.00 per Bear or Webelos (plus one adult) coming for the day Saturday $10.00 per Webelos (plus one adult) for those camping on Friday and participating on Saturday Please note that the registration fee and registration form is requested to be received and stamped by the Council Office by the close of business on Saturday, 18 Mar There is no guarantee that Units registering after 4 Mar 2017 will receive Webelos-Ree T-shirts or patches, and no Unit will be allowed to register at Webelos-Ree check-in; only fees for recent additions to your Units will be accepted. THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS AFTER 1 APR VCC Ronald Reagan District Webelos-Ree patches will be given to the Unit leader during Webelos-Ree check-out after the Unit's campsite has been cleaned up and all trash removed. Leave No Trace will be in full force, and no trace of your Unit will exist; a member of the Camporee/Webelos-Ree Staff must sign off for the clean campsite. If you have any questions after reading this booklet, PLEASE bring them to the attention of the 2017 Webelos-Ree Committee Chair: Sandy Gill

4 WEBELOS-REE DIRECTIONS Webelos-Ree will be held at Corriganville, east end of Simi Valley off Kuehner Drive. Rancho Simi Parks & Rec. have generously allowed us to use the park. The Webelos-Ree exit and entrance will be via the Smith entrance gate. THE CORRIGANVILLE GATE WILL BE ACCESSIBLE FOR CAMPOREE To get to the Corriganville gate, take the 118-freeway and exit at Kuehner Dr. travel south to Smith Rd. Turn Left on to Smith Rd. Continue east for.6 miles and follow the signs. Once at the Corriganville Gate, follow the Camporee signs until you see the check-in site; a staff member will direct you to the parking area and where the Packs will be dropped-off. The road is one-way, narrow, and rough in spots, please drive slowly. Arrive early...traffic is heavy, and lines are long around 5:00 p.m. PLEASE WAIT FOR THE COMMISSIONERS STAFF TO CHECK YOU IN AFTER YOU ARRIVE. SIGNED CONSENT AND APPROVAL FORMS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL YOUTH PARTICIPANTS. Early drop-off of Unit Equipment: The gate will be open by 8:00 a.m. on Friday, 22 Apr 2017 for any Unit that would like to drop-off equipment prior to the scheduled Unit arrival time which is after 4:00 p.m. No Unit vehicles will be allowed in the campsite area, or on the road in front of the campsites after 3:00 p.m. Any vehicle carrying Unit equipment arriving after 3:00 p.m. on Friday will need to go to the parking area, and the Scouts will need to shuttle equipment to their campsite area. Gate Hours: Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.; Saturday: 6:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. 4

5 Staff will direct Cub Scout Units to the area where they will be camping and having their events. It will be approximately where the Activities Box is that is pointing to the large triangle (between the arrow and the triangle). Webelos-Ree 2017 Main Camp Sites Campfire Area Pavilion Activities Overnight Parking 5

6 2017 VCC Ronald Reagan District Webelos-Ree 6

7 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS (Times Subject to Change) FRIDAY: 8:00 A.M. 3:00 P.M. Unit equipment drop-off. 4:00-7:00 P.M. Unit check-in, uniform and equipment inspections. Units proceed to campsite, and set-up amp after check-in, uniform and equipment inspection. 7:30 P.M. Cracker barrel. Unit Leaders meeting - ALL adults are welcome. PLEASE BRING YOUR COPY OF THIS WEBELOS-REE BOOK 8:30 P.M. Assemble for opening campfire. 10:30 P.M. Taps, lights out, all fires out, and all quiet in camp. 10:30 P.M. Gates closed. SATURDAY: 6:30 A.M. Gates open. 6:30-8:00 A.M. Reveille, breakfast, and clean up. 7:00 A.M. Check-in for Saturday only attendance. 8:00 A.M. Assemble for Parade of Flags. Please bring you Pack Flag 8:15 A.M. Parade of Flags to assembly area. 8:30 A.M. Assembly, colors, and opening ceremony. 9:00 A.M. Den competitive events begin. NO ONE ALLOWED IN CAMPSITES. 12:00 P.M. Den competitive events stop and campsites re-open. 12:30 1:30 P.M. Lunch. 1:30 P.M. Afternoon activities begin. NO ONE ALLOWED IN CAMPSITES 2:00-4:00. 5:00 P.M. Afternoon activities end. 4:00-6:00 P.M. Dinner and clean-up. 6:00 P.M. Webelos parade through Boy Scout encampment 7:00 P.M. Checkout time for Webelos/Bear Units (can stay until gates close) 7:15 P.M. Assemble for campfire. 7:30-9:00 P.M. Colors, campfire program, and OA call-out. 11:00 P.M. Taps, lights out, all fires out, and all quiet in camp. 11:00 P.M. Gates closed. Full class A uniforms are required for Friday check-in, Friday opening campfire, Saturday morning assembly, Saturday evening campfire; all other times the activity uniform is class B. 7

8 FRIDAY ARRIVAL & UNIFORM INSPECTION INSTRUCTIONS (Friday 4:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M.) ARRIVAL AND CHECK-IN When each Unit arrives, all vehicles will stop at the Den/Patrol drop-off area prior to proceeding to the parking lot. At the Den/Patrol drop-off area a Unit adult will lead each Den to the inspection area for uniform and equipment inspection. After the inspections are completed, the Dens will hike to the Webelos-Ree Registration area at the Command Tent and proceed to their campsite after checking in. After dropping-off their Dens, the Den Leader will proceed to the parking lot and walk to the check-in tables, at the Command Tent, with all the appropriate paperwork. At the end of check-in, and after the Den has arrived, a Staff Member will escort the Unit to their assigned camping area. UNITS CANNOT GO TO THEIR CAMPSITE UNTIL CHECK-IN DEN UNIFORM INSPECTION ITEMS The following items are worth 10 points each. For each boy not wearing an item(s), or if the item(s) is excessively dirty or wrinkled, then a 1-point deduction will be applied. 1. Shirt - Official long or short sleeve tan or blue shirt, clean, tucked-in, and with appropriate shoulder loops. 2. Belt Official Scout blue-web belt with brass buckle. 3. Headgear (optional) Official hat (all Den/Pack members must either wear the hat, or none wear it). 4. Neckwear Official neckerchief, and slide. (all Den/Pack must either wear the neckerchief, or none wear it). 5. Shoes - Neat and clean (no sandals or open-toe shoes are allowed at Webelos-Ree). 6. Left pocket - Current rank. 7. Left sleeve - Council patch, and Pack numbers. 8. Right sleeve - U.S. Flag, and either Den number or Den patch (patrol patch). NOTE: Old or new uniforms are acceptable; and all Patrol members don t need to be the same. 8

9 DEN UNIFORM INSPECTION CHECKLIST (Please ensure each Pack has a copy of this inspection checklist) UNIT: DEN UNIFORM INSPECTION ITEMS (80 Points Max per Den) Den Name or #: Den Name or #: Item Score (Max 10 Pts each) Item Score (Max 10 Pts each) Shirt Shirt Belt Belt Neckwear Neckwear Hats Hats Shoes Shoes Current rank on left pocket Current rank on left pocket Council patch, Pack numbers on left sleeve Council patch, Pack numbers on left sleeve U.S. flag and Den number or Den Patch on right sleeve U.S. flag and Den number or Den Patch on right sleeve Total Score Total Score Den Name or #: Den Name or #: Item Score (Max 10 Pts each) Item Score (Max 10 Pts each) Shirt Shirt Belt Belt Neckwear Neckwear Hats Hats Shoes Shoes Current rank on left pocket Current rank on left pocket Council patch, Pack numbers on left sleeve U.S. flag and Den number or Den Patch on right sleeve Council patch, Pack numbers on left sleeve U.S. flag and Den number or Den Patch on right sleeve Total Score Total Score 9

10 GENERAL INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION PERMISSION FORMS: No boy will be allowed to participate in Webelos-Ree without a properly signed permission form. There is a copy of the form in this booklet. Please make all the copies that you will need for your Unit. STAFF: Camporee/Webelos-Ree Staff will be performing the same duties as adult Unit Commissioners and should be afforded the same respect. These duties may include, but not limited to, assisting with camp set-up one week before Webelos-Ree, assisting with traffic control, check-in and registration, uniform and pack inspection, Webelos-Ree assemblies, campsite inspections, campfire program, check-out and cleanup. LEADERSHIP: The Den Leader is in charge of, and responsible for the conduct of the Unit at all times during Webelos-Ree. For those Units hosting events, the Den Leader or his/her designated assistant will be present at their event site at all times. At least two adult leaders must camp in the Unit area for all Scout Units. CAMPSITES CAMPSITE ASSIGNMENTS: Unit campsites are assigned based on the number of attendees listed on your registration form. There will be a map posted showing your Unit site assignment. No structure or equipment may cross your site boundary. Respect your neighbors! Sites that are on the outside edge of the camping area or adjoining a walk way may not encroach on these areas. No structure or equipment is to exceed 20 feet in height...and the Webelos-Ree Staff will not allow any structure or equipment that is determined unsafe. Preferred campsite assignments will be given to those Units participating in the work weekends prior to Webelos-Ree. FIRES: No ground fires allowed! We are only permitted to have one campfire in the park campfire receptacle. All cooking should be done with propane stoves. FUELS AND STOVES: Only stoves and lanterns using propane or butane fuel may be used at Webelos- Ree. Each unit that is planning to have a propane stove or lantern shall have a minimum of a 20-pound fire extinguisher or a combination thereof at their campsite. Liquid fuel (i.e., white gas, gasoline, liquid charcoal starter, etc.) stoves and lanterns are not authorized in any campsite. ABSOLUTELY NO OPEN FLAMES IN TENTS. GREASE PITS AND HOLES: Digging grease pits and holes are not allowed by Simi Parks & Rec. Dispose of waste water and trash following the Leave No Trace guidance. 10

11 EQUIPMENT AND LOGISTICS GENERAL INFORMATION EQUIPMENT DROP-OFF: On Friday, each Unit will be allowed to drop-off Unit, adult, and event equipment at the Unit campsite. All equipment drop-offs must be completed, and ALL vehicles including trailers must be out of the campsite area before 3:00 P.M. Anyone ignoring instructions from a Camporee/Webelos-Ree Staff member will be asked to leave the site immediately. Vehicles are to remain on the road or shoulder at all times while unloading equipment (do not park in your campsite). After dropping off equipment, park vehicles in designated parking areas. PARKING: Parking is allowed only in designated parking area. Limited handicapped parking will be provided. Additional parking for guests on Saturday evening will be provided. Parking for Bear Participant Parents shall be in the Corriganville Day visitor parking area at the entrance to the park. CHECK-IN: Check-in will start Friday afternoon at 4:00 P.M., please do not arrive prior to this time. If you arrive prior to 4:00 P.M. on Friday, you will be asked to wait in the drop-off area. During registration, the Cubmaster or Den Leader will need to turn in the following: Den Roster Adult Roster Tour Plan Parent/Guardian Consent Forms LATE REGISTRATION: All Units registering late must bring a paid Council receipt to check-in. CHECK-OUT: Any Unit not officially signing-out with a Commissioner, and not having their campsite inspected, will forfeit their Webelos-Ree patches and cumulative awards. VCC Ronald Reagan District Webelos-Ree patches will be given to the Unit leader after the Unit's campsite has been cleaned-up, and all trash removed. Leave No Trace will be in full force, and no trace of your Unit should exist. A member of the Webelos-Ree Staff must sign-off for the clean campsite. Those departing Units must clear their campsite before the start of the evening assembly. CAMP AREA: Anyone found outside the designated Webelos-Ree area will be sent home. Anyone found within designated roped-off no entry areas will be sent home. No hikes, no hill climbing, NO EXCEPTIONS! 11

12 GENERAL INFORMATION PROGRAM MEETINGS: There will be one (1) adult meeting at the Camporee/Webelos-Ree. This meeting is at 7:30 P.M., Friday, to discuss Saturday's events and other important information concerning Camporee/Webelos- Ree; cracker barrel and opening campfire to follow. FRIDAY EVENING ASSEMBLY & OPENING CAMPFIRE PROGRAM: The Friday evening opening campfire and assembly will be used to introduce some special and exciting events and programs to be experience during the weekend. After the opening program, Units will be allowed to perform their own flag retirement ceremonies in the assembly area. CAMPSITE ACCESS: No one will be allowed into the Unit campsite area during the morning events from 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.), and during the afternoon events from 2:00 to 4:00 P.M. This includes adults as well as youth. If there is an emergency, a member of the Camporee/Webelos-Ree Staff will be available to escort Unit members into their campsite. Any scout found in campsites without an escort may be disqualified from Webelos-Ree competition. SATURDAY MORNING COMPETITIVE EVENTS: Webelos-Ree is organized for the benefit of our Scouts and all Units attending Webelos-Ree. All Units will host one of the events listed on the morning events page, or perform duties during Webelos-Ree. Preference will be given to those Units who sign-up early. More information about the event you choose will be sent to the Den Leader after assignments are finalized. Each Unit is responsible for providing the necessary equipment to run their event. Additionally, Units are encouraged to bring chairs, water, and easy-ups (or similar) for shade. SATURDAY EVENING ASSEMBLY & CAMPFIRE PROGRAM: The Saturday evening assembly will the time when all the Boy Scout awards will be given out, and will be followed by a special entertainment program put on by the Camporee Staff. After the campfire, the Order of the Arrow solemn call-out will begin for new candidates. UNIFORMS UNIFORM AND DEN EQUIPMENT INSPECTION: Inspections will take place in the Den drop-off area before check-in. See the uniform inspection section for more information. A Perfect Inspection Award will be given to dens with a perfect score at inspection. PLEASE ENSURE EACH DEN HAS A COPY OF THE INSPECTION CHECKLIST UNIFORMS: Full field uniforms (Class A) are required for Friday check-in, Friday evening Campfire, Saturday morning assembly, Saturday evening Campfire. All other times the activity uniform can be class B. The activity uniform is a Unit or BSA T-shirt with Scout pants/shorts. Scouts are always in uniform. 12

13 GENERAL INFORMATION MISCELLANEOUS RESTROOMS: The restrooms for Camporee/Webelos-Ree are chemical toilets. No trash is to be disposed of in these facilities. It is everyone's responsibility to keep them clean. It is a good idea to bring your own toilet paper just in case it is all gone when you need it. TRASH: Trash must not be left in the campsites or tossed around the Webelos-Ree area. There will be dumpsters and recycling containers available for disposal; please load trash as far into the dumpster as possible. Each Unit should have trash containers or trash bags for their campsite. THIS IS ESSENTIAL!!! Please read the Leave No Trace section of the Webelos/Bears Handbook. WATER TRUCK: A water truck will be on-site for fire prevention only. Units need to provide their own water for the duration of the Webelos-Ree. There are a limited number of water faucets in the park. Bring containers to carry it to your campsite if you choose to not bring water with you. RATTLESNAKES: There are often rattlesnakes in the area, be careful. Do not pick up or bother any of the wild or not so wild life in the area. LOST AND FOUND: The Camporee Lost and Found will be at the Camporee Headquarters tent. Be sure to mark your equipment and clothing, and please turn-in any stray items that you may find. Any items not recovered will be available at Roundtable after Webelos-Ree. OA TRADING POST: The OA Trading Post will be open during Camporee to allow for purchase of drinks and snacks. PETS: No pet animals will be allowed. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT: All Units attending Webelos-Ree should leave electronic distractions in camp, or at home. Remember that the Adult leaders set the example. HELP: If help is needed, the Camporee/Webelos-Ree Committee and Staff will help as much as possible. Ask for help at any time to solve misunderstandings it is better than having hurt feelings. All Camporee/Webelos-Ree Staff wear a distinctive staff T-shirt and/or hat for easy identification. NOTICE TO ALL SCOUTERS!!! Use of alcoholic beverages is extremely discouraged by national policy; it is not upholding the true spirit of Scouting. Smoking is also prohibited while on Corriganville property. All Camporee/Webelos-Ree Staff will strictly enforce this requirement. If you are caught smoking it will jeopardize Ventura County Council from using this property in the future. Smoking is not only extremely discouraged by Boy Scouts of America at ALL events where boys are present, but against current Ventura County Council policy. Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation. SIGNED CONSENT AND APPROVAL FORMS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL YOUTH PARTICIPANTS. 13

14 WEBELOS EVENTS 1. Blind Tent Pitch Judged on time. All Den/Pack members will be blindfolded except for one designated as the leader. The leader will direct the blindfolded scouts to set up a simple tent. (Webelos/AoL Aware and Care 1) 2. Scout Knowledge Triathlon Judged on time and accuracy. Each Den/Pack works together to demonstrate their knowledge of Boy Scout basics. 3. Dexterity Judged on time. Each boy is given a piece of gum. They must unwarp it wearing gloves while another scout is trying to roll doubles with 2 dice. When doubles are rolled, the dice pass clock wise to the next scout and the first roller now gets the gloves. When a player gets the gum into his mouth he exits the circle. Play continues until the last piece of gum has been unwrapped. (Webelos/AoL Aware and Care 5). 4. Rescue Rope Toss Each boy must coil a rope and throw it to hit a 2-foot target, 20 feet away. (Webelos/AoL, Aquanaut, 4 Partial) 5. Zombie Waste Transport Judged on time. Each Den/Pack needs to be move a container of Zombie Waste to a safe storage receptacle without spilling, while using a special transport device. The transport device is a large rubber band with several ropes attached. Working together, the scouts slip the centered rubber band over the container by pulling their ropes to expand the band. Once the rubber band is securely around the container, the group must pick up, move, and deposit, the container into the receptacle without spilling any Zombie Waste. 6. Knot Relay Judged on time and accuracy. Each Den/Pack will send one scout at a time to the far end of the relay course to tie a specified scout knot. The relay is completed when 4 important knots have been correctly tied and the last scout returns to the starting line. Square, Bowline, 2 Half hitches, Taunt line hitch. (Bear-Bear Necessities 8, AoL-Camper 5 partial, AoL-Scouting Adventure 5) 7. Bolo Throw Judged on accuracy. Each scout in the Den/Pack will take a turn at throwing 3 bolos at a target. Bear-Grin and Bear It 1 Partial) 8. Communicator Coded Message Judged on ability to complete as a team. Each Den/Pack works together to decode messages with the code keys supplied. 9. Handyman Olympics - Judged on accuracy. This is a Kim s game where each Den/Pack will be shown several numbered hand tools for a given time, and then they will be covered up again. The team will have a specified time to record their recollection of the tools. (Bear-Baloo the Builder 1 partial) 10. Obstacle Course Scored on time. Each scout will be timed as he navigates the various obstacles and completes the course. 14

15 UNIT REGISTRATION FORM Unit Number: Please Circle one ( Bear Webelos ) Registration Fees: $5.00 per Bear or Webelos (plus one adult) coming for Saturday only. $10.00 per Webelos (plus one adult) for those coming on Friday and staying thru Saturday No Unit will be allowed to register at Webelos-Ree check-in; only fees for recent additions to your Units will be accepted. NO REFUNDS AFTER 1 APR Number of Webelos $ = $ Number of Bears/Webelos Attending Saturday $ = $ (Total people coming should be the above # x 2) Total Registration Fee: $ Ventura County Council is not responsible for mail being delivered late to the Council Office. Make checks payable to: Ventura County Council, B.S.A. and mail to: Ventura County Council, B.S.A., 509 E. Daily Dr., Camarillo, CA T-Shirts will be able to be purchased online and picked up at camp. Information on ordering will be available soon. At check-in, you will need your Unit & Adult Rosters and a Parent/Guardian Consent Form for each youth attending Webelos-Ree. We will match the Consent Forms to your submitted Unit Roster. I certify that all attending the Webelos-Ree have been briefed on the contents of this booklet, and that the youths attending have had adequate Scout camping experience and demonstrate a high degree of cooperation with their leaders that will assure good performance in accordance with the true spirit of the Scouting Program. Den Leader's Signature: Date: I understand that all Fees and Registration Forms must be received and stamped by the Council office no later than 1 Apr I understand that Webelos-Ree is organized for the benefit of our Scouts, and that each Unit will host/co-host an event Saturday morning. Our Unit will host/co-host the following event (in order of preference): Scout Leader s Name: Phone Number: Leader's Signature: Address: Date: 15

16 PARENT OR GUARDIAN CONSENT AND APPROVAL FOR SCOUT ACTIVITY (Applies to all participants under the age of 18) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Scout s Name: Date: Birth: Address: - Has my permission to participate in the 2017 VCC Ronald Reagan District Webelos-Ree to be held at Corriganville Park, Simi Valley, CA., and I certify that to the best of my knowledge the Scout named hereon is physically fit to engage in the activity described above. - I also hereby assign and grant to the local council and the Boy Scouts of America the right and permission to use and publish the photographs/film/videotapes/electronic representations and/or sound recordings of me or my child by the Boy Scouts of America, and I hereby release the Boy Scouts of America from any and all liability from such use and publication. I hereby authorize the reproduction, sale, copyright, exhibit, broadcast, electronic storage, and/or distribution of said photographs/film/videotapes/electronic representations and/or sound recordings without limitation at the discretion of the Boy Scouts of America, and I specifically waive any right to any compensation I may have for any of the foregoing. AUTHORIZATION AND CONSENT TO TREAT A MINOR Pursuant to Section 6910 of the Family Code of California The undersigned does hereby authorize or such substitute as he may designate as agent for the undersigned to consent to any x-ray, examination, anesthetic, medical or surgical diagnosis or treatment and hospital care for the above minor which is deemed advisable by and to be rendered under the general or special supervision of any physician and surgeon, licensed under the provision of medicine practice act or a dentist licensed under the dental practice act, whether such diagnosis or treatment is rendered at the office of said physician or dentist, at a hospital, scout camp or elsewhere. This authorization will remain effective while the above minor is enroute to or from or involved or participating in the above noted activity. Date: Signed: (Parent or Guardian) Relationship: Print Name: (Parent or Guardian) Phone: IN CASE OF EMERGENCY AND PARENTS "CANNOT" BE CONTACTED, PLEASE NOTIFY: Name: Phone: Relationship: (Aunt, Uncle, Grandparent, Friend, Neighbor, etc.) Physician's Name: Phone: Allergies, Medications, or Other Conditions: Medical Insurance Company/Provider: Policy Number: Phone: 16

17 YOUTH UNIT # ROSTER Make two copies of this roster. One copy must be turned in at check-in; and One copy must be posted in your Campsite area. Den Name or #: Member Name Den Name or #: Member Name Den Name or #: Member Name Den Name or #: Member Name

18 ADULT UNIT # ROSTER Please list all Adults attending Webelos-Ree. Make two copies of this roster. One copy must be turned in at check-in; and One copy must be posted in your Campsite area Member Name 18

19 Event Initials Time Initials Time Initials Time Zombie Waste Transport Communicator Coded Message Scout Knowledge Dexterity Rescue Rope Toss Bolo Throw Knot Relay Blind Tent Build Handyman Olympics Obstacle Course Ventura County Council Boy Scouts of America Webelos-Ree 2017

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